UNPLUG THE RADIO !!!!!!!!!
Try removing the battery cover and remove and disconnect the battery.
Reconnect the battery and replace the battery cover.
Now, plug the radio into the wall electrical outlet and wait, the blue light on the radio top should start flash and will flash for about 10 minutes and then stop flashing.
Leave the radio plugged in for about 16 to 24 hours to completely charge the battery. For the first three or four times, completely drain the battery and completely recharge for 16 to 24 hours, this will condition the battery .... mine works like a dream. GR
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The best way is to purchase the service manual and follow the instructions.
Otherwise you can use a volt meter and do the voltage test at the battery while the engine is running is should be 14 volts at 1000rpm.
If this doesn't check out, you then have to find out whether it's the stator or rectifier. Check the ac magneto charging coil resistance (right at the coupler) with your testor set to ohms. If this test checks out then its the rectifier, if it fails then it's your stator.
The best and safest way is to use the service manual to do any work yourself. Good luck!
I HAVE A RED BLINKING LIGHT, AS WELL. FIRST, I CALLED STAPLES, BECAUSE OF THE EXTENDED WARRANTY I PURCHASED. AFTER A 10 MINUTE TUG OF WAR, WITH AN AUTOMATED OPERATOR, I WAS FINALLY CONNECTED TO A HUMAN. I WAS TOLD THAT IT WAS A BATTERY ISSUE AND IT WAS NOT COVERED ( BIG SURPRISE ). SO, I JUST CALLED CASIO @ 1-800-435-7732. A LIVE OPERATOR ( BONNIE ) CAME ON THE LINE WITHIN 2 MINUTES. SHE ASKED ME THE MODEL NO. ( EX-Z75 ) AND PURCHASE DATE ( CHRISTMAS '07 )...SHE SAID THAT IT HAS BECOME AN ONGOING PROBLEM WITH THE LITHIUM BATTERY. A NEW REPLACEMENT BATTERY WILL BE SENT OUT, TOTAL FREE OF CHARGE WITHIN 5-7 DAYS! NO PROOF OF PURCHASE WAS REQUIRED. CASIO IS A PLEASANT SURPRISE IN TODAYS CORPORATE WORLD. WHILE POSTING THIS, I THOUGHT I WOULD GIVE THE 9 VOLT BATTERY TRICK A TRY. AGAIN, I WAS PLEASANTLY SURPRISED...IT WORKS! :)
Not certain if you are referring to purchasing another radio or programming an existing radio. So we will answer both:
1) If programming another CLS1110 to match your existing radio, First try it straight out of the box and fully charged. Many people use the default factory programming. If that does not work follow the simple instructions on page 26 in the user guide. Here is a link: http://www.banoggle.com/Products/Motorola/manuals/CLS-series-manual.pdf There are also cloning instructions on page 32.
2) If you are talking from the perspective of purchasing a new radio, all CLS1110 radios operate on the same frequencies/PL codes. (Unless you have a foreign model purchased in another country, then it is iffy) Simply purchase your new radio and follow the programming instructions above.
Is there dial tone at the jack where you are plugged in?? Are you sure?
Is this a pulse/tone phone? Do you have a pulse or tone line? Have you made the correct setting? Is the RJ-11 connections solid? Have you tried the wire on another phone and proved it is good? Is there a separate power suply for the phone or does it get its power from (a) the radio or (b) from the phone company?
Here is a link to the user manual for the SV600R. http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/SX600%2012-21-07.pdf Follow the instructions to reprogram the affected radio.
Note: The problem you are describing may not be simply programming. The radio problem may be non-reversible. You might also try a new battery, or switch the battery from the other unit for a test, just to see if the battery is bad.
I have purchased 2 remote controlled toy cars from Costco over the years. These New Bright batteris and charges last only a few charges, and then they go bad. I am disappointed. I will go to Walmart and buy a new battery and see if it works better, if not, i will return to Walmart.